Princess Charlotte fever

Princess Charlotte fever

But not only royal family wants to tell the world about the baby. On Saturday, Princess Charlotte of Cambridge appeared on cups, T-shirts and stickers. The obsession only tends to increase: china and funny ice-cream stickers are being sold to public.

Right after Princess Charlotte was born, royal guns and salutes were fired to claim the birth of the baby. The full name of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s daughter is Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana.

But not only royal family wants to tell the world about the baby. On Saturday, Princess Charlotte of Cambridge appeared on cups, T-shirts and stickers. The obsession only tends to increase: china and funny ice-cream stickers are being sold to public.

1. Fine china

The Royal Collection Trust released a line of chinaware and gifts to show everyone that Princess was born. Collection offers different types of gifts, from china plates with some gold on it to velvet cushions. The price of such dedicated gifts varies from $50 to $105.

2. Is baby a new fashion icon?

When baby’s parents Kate and William took her out of St. Mary’s Hospital, Charlotte was wrapped in a nice shawl. It is the G.H. Hurt&Son shawl which costs $53. All those shawls, as well as clothes that Kate wore on May 3 are being sold incredibly quickly, we may conclude that they won’t be on shelves for long.

3. A coin for baby

The Royal Mint presented a £5 coin which says “To celebrate the birth of the second child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.”

Those, who were born on the same day as Charlotte is given a silver penny by The Royal Mint.

4. Nauseous feeling?

As Kate felt really nauseous during her pregnancy, a sick bag was produced. The sick bag says “Royal baby one more time” and costs only $4.

5. An ice-cream that tastes like breast milk

The Licktators, a London based ice cream company started making breast milk-flavored ice cream just for the royal baby’s birth. The ice cream has an unusual name Royal Baby Gaga and contains donated breast milk and Madagascan Vanilla. The price for the product is around $21.

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